Jill Beres, Education

Services Liaison

Jill is a busy mom, an

over-extended volunteer,

and an avid book lover.

She discovered One More

Page Books before the

store even opened, and

she hung around and

browsed so much that they

finally decided to hire her! 

Jill has a 12-year-old daughter and a 9-year-old son, both of whom love to read, so she has lots of book recommendations for middle grade and young adult readers.  Jill loves to talk about books, and she participates in several book clubs, including some right here at One More Page.  She is delighted to be a part of an independent book store and thoroughly enjoys the company of her co-workers and customers.

Lisa Chavez, Marketing
Lisa is delighted to be

part of One More Page! A

slightly scattered mom

whose means of escape is

by “working” at the store,

she happily latches on to

any customer who offers

adult conversation. She

also likes to hound the

local press in hopes that

more book enthusiasts will find One More Page. Lisa is especially susceptible to debut novels and very likely to completely neglect her family when she’s engrossed in a new author’s work. Lisa enjoys moderating the store’s Mother-Daughter book group and is prone to collecting more titles that she can possibly read in her life time.

Sally McConnell, Regional

Author Hero
Sally knew she was home

the first time she stepped

into One More Page. She

immediately became an

enthusiastic customer,

hounding Eileen to hire her

while buying books and

chocolate and racking up

those discounts in the

frequent buyer program. Sally worked at an independent bookstore while in college and grad school and is dedicated to making sure they thrive. Retired from lobbying and education positions, Sally views her OMP gig as the perfect, fun retirement job.

Lelia Nebeker,

Book Buyer

Lelia is a non-recovering,

non-apologetic book hoarder

whose “job” at OMP is

actually an enabling device

to support her unhealthy

relationship with books. She

spends most of her time

trying to defy the laws of

physics in order to fit all of her books in her room, or watching television and blogging about it. An avid fan of fiction in any form, her true love is young adult literature, which she fears she will never outgrow. If she sees you eye-ing one of her favorite books, her unbridled enthusiasm will be unleashed upon you like a rabid-but-friendly mountain lion. Her favorite books of all time are unquestionably the Harry Potter series. She has, on at least one occasion, visited the Lost and Found to ask if anyone had turned in her wand.

a curated selection

We stock our shelves with books that we love & recommend. We offer unique chocolates, wines, & gift items...and are happy to gift wrap for you!

We love book clubs

We offer 8 book clubs in the store for a range of interests - they are open to all and we welcome new members!

the Reader Program

One More Page Books rewards frequent readers! Add your name to the "frequent reader" list next time you check out, and start receiving discounts.

our team

I escaped from corporate marketing to a place where I'm surrounded by my favorite things - books, wine, chocolate, and people who enjoy them. I also love mysteries, Peeps and Bill Murray movies. I see more of my family and friends than ever since the store opened--now that everyone knows where to find me. I miss traveling, but enjoyed my recent trip to New Delhi to visit my sister's family! Stop on by One More Page, we'd love to help you find your next treat.

One More Page's History

  1. 2011 - Eileen starts a new adventure and launches One More Page Books.
  2. 2012 - President Barack Obama and his daughters pay a surprise visit to OMP for Small Business Saturday.
  3. 2013 - One More Page Books recognized as a "Best of NOVA" place to shop by Northern Virginia Magazine.
  4. 2014 - One More Page Books launches a new website and celebrates 3 years of growth and community love.

Our founder & Owner

Terry Nebeker,

Author Whisperer
Terry is so happy to be

working at One More Page.

She previously appeared at

the wonderful "Aladdin's

Lamp Children's Books," and

has warmed up nicely to the

world of grown-up literature.

She likes to read non-fiction

and loves memoirs, especially if some sort of addiction is involved. She specializes in describing the wonders of the store's wine selection, talking health and nutrition, and stalking authors and luring them to One More Page to talk about their books. She has a soft spot for graphic novels, and loves tasting wine with Eileen when the wine rep visits.

- Eileen McGervey
Danielle Ellison,
YA Author & Enthusiast

Danielle stalked One More

Page until they hired her --

and she loves working here.

She loves introducing teens

and children to new books!

Her favorite genre is Young

Adult, and she's the

mastermind behind NoVa

TEEN Book Festival. When she's not planning big events or balancing one of her many jobs as editor, teacher, babysitter or bookseller, she's drinking coffee, fighting her nomadic urges, watching too much TV, or dreaming of the day when she can be British. She also is the author of five upcoming YA novels and you can find her on twitter @DanielleEWrites.

Rebecca Speas,
Things Creative and Social


Trish Brown, Event Maven

and Knowledge Guru


Lelia Nebeker,

Book Buyer

Lelia is a non-recovering,

non-apologetic book hoarder

whose “job” at OMP is

actually an enabling device

to support her unhealthy

relationship with books. She

spends most of her time

trying to defy the laws of

physics in order to fit all of her books in her room, or watching television and blogging about it. An avid fan of fiction in any form, her true love is young adult literature, which she fears she will never outgrow. If she sees you eye-ing one of her favorite books, her unbridled enthusiasm will be unleashed upon you like a rabid-but-friendly mountain lion. Her favorite books of all time are unquestionably the Harry Potter series. She has, on at least one occasion, visited the Lost and Found to ask if anyone had turned in her wand.

Open daily!
Mon-Sat 10am - 8pm
Sundays 12pm - 5pm
703.300.9746